[Tweeters] Possible Hammond's Flycatcher in N Seattle
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Tue May 3 17:54:05 PDT 2022
I had several (3+) Hammond's Flycatchers in Seattle parks today. They are
passing through in migration.
= Michael Hobbs
On Tue, May 3, 2022, 4:32 PM Steve Loitz <steveloitz at gmail.com> wrote:
> Call sounds like that of a HAFL and unlike other Empidonax flycatchers one
> would expect to see or hear in the area. (I do not hear a song.) It
> possibly is a migrant, working its way to higher ground for the summer. (We
> often see and hear HAFLs in montane habitat in the WA Cascades.)
> Steve Loitz
> Ellensburg, WA
> steveloitz at gmail.com
> On Tue, May 3, 2022 at 4:04 PM Doug Plummer <2doug at dougplummer.com> wrote:
>> I followed a weird call at my house (Bryant neighborhood) to a calling
>> flycatcher. I got photos and audio. Merlin called it a Hammonds. I'm not
>> familiar enough to confirm.
>> Here's a link to a video with the stills and the audio.
>> Doug Plummer
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